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lair
American English: /lɛr/
British English: /lɛː/

Translation of lair in Spanish:

noun

  • Example sentences
    • What a desolation it has become, a lair for wild animals!
    • As it is an offence to kill or ‘knowingly disturb’ an otter, the developers will now have to construct a replacement holt - an underground lair - for the animals.
    • He would build his own dens from what was available or send his female accomplice out to look for empty animal lairs, sometimes she found them, others times she didn't.

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